Davidson Hotels to manage the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown

Davidson Hotels & Resorts added the 304-room Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel to its growing management portfolio.

Midtown is home to some of Atlanta’s largest financial, legal and technology companies, including the new world headquarters for NCR Corporation. Located in the center of “Technology Square” and adjacent to the “heart of the arts,” guests are also steps from museums, including the High Museum of Arts, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the FOX Theater. 

“We’re thrilled to be working with the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel’s new owner, Carey Watermark Investors 2, establishing a strategic new owner relationship,” said John Belden, CEO of Davidson. “Our portfolio continues to see dynamic growth, and we’re proud to include this hotel as our 15th property in the Marriott family of brands.”

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“We’re excited to be working with Davidson Hotels & Resorts as we have admired their capabilities and their integrity for some time now,” said Michael Medzigian, CEO of Carey Watermark Investors 2. “Davidson is renowned for its ability to create value and we look forward to collaborating with them on this high-quality asset.”

Hotel guests receive preferred seating at Community Smith, a contemporary eatery located in the Renaissance. The Garden at Community Smith is a rooftop terrace with spectacular views of the Midtown skyline, which offers a seasonal beer garden with semi-private spaces in a garden setting, with sculptured avant-garde fire pits and water wall. The hotel also offers more than 8,500 square feet of meetings and event space.

The property is also centrally located near Piedmont Park, the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Tech and many other destinations. The property also caters to sports fans through its close proximity to Downtown – home to the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena and the College Football Hall of Fame.

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